Chinese supermarkets and shops in Toronto are all decked for Chinese New Year, one of the most historical and iconic festivals with traditional decorations and various congratulations, in the midst of the Omicron variant and the anticipated reopening plan. Among the numerous salutations, the one that stands out is, undoubtedly, “Happy Chinese New Year.”
Playwright Nick Green created a festival when social distancing took away his live audience, cancelling his musical years in the making.
The town of Ajax’s annual Winterfest drew approximately 5,000 people outdoors, thanks in part an enthusiastic team of lumberjacks and the addition of a synthetic skating rink this year.
The Veg Food Fest is the largest vegetarian festival in North America. It took place at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto from September 8 to 10, 2017.
Hundreds gathered at the Wat Lao Veluwanaram of Ontario temple this weekend to pray and celebrate the year 2559 in the Buddhist calendar.
The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival was introduced in 2005 to create new opportunities for networking comedians. Inspired by similar events in Chicago and Vancouver, the festival invites beginners and professionals to showcase their passion for humour. This year’s edition opened last Thursday and runs at various Toronto venues until this coming Sunday, March 13.
Here are five things you should know about the grand festival of Diwali.
This weekend Torontonians will have a perfect way to celebrate the changing of the seasons. Crisp sweater weather and crisp apple cider will be abundant downtown.
There’s always a big reward for being passionate about something. Cailin Copper adores reading, so after moving into Toronto she pursued an activity that would keep her close to books.